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A new species in the genus Amphipteryx Selys, 1853 (Odonata, Amphipterygidae) from Pico Bonito National Park, Honduras.

Jocque M, Argueta I - Zookeys (2014)

Bottom Line: The Mesoamerican damselfly genus Amphipteryx includes four species: Amphipteryx agrioides (Mexico), A. chiapensis (Mexico), A. meridionalis (Honduras) and A. nataliae (Verapaz, Guatemala).Additionally we include an up to date key of all species in the genus for both sexes.Abstract available from the publisher.

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Affiliation: Jessica Ware Lab, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 195 University Ave, Newark, NJ, 07102, USA ; Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS), Vautierstraat 29, 1000 Brussels, Belgium ; Biodiversity Inventory for Conservation (BINCO), Rijmenamsesteenweg 189, Haacht, Belgium.

ABSTRACT
The Mesoamerican damselfly genus Amphipteryx includes four species: Amphipteryx agrioides (Mexico), A. chiapensis (Mexico), A. meridionalis (Honduras) and A. nataliae (Verapaz, Guatemala). We describe a fifth species, Amphipteryx jaroli, from the cloud forest in Pico Bonito National park, Honduras. Additionally we include an up to date key of all species in the genus for both sexes.

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Amphipteryx jaroli (A–E), S10 holotype male dorso-lateral (A), ventro-lateral (B) and lateral (C) view. Holotype male posterior lobe of prothorax (D) and female posterior lobe of prothorax (E).
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Figure 2: Amphipteryx jaroli (A–E), S10 holotype male dorso-lateral (A), ventro-lateral (B) and lateral (C) view. Holotype male posterior lobe of prothorax (D) and female posterior lobe of prothorax (E).

Mentions: This key is a modification of the one from González-Soriano (2010) and reference should be made to illustrations for other species in that paper.


A new species in the genus Amphipteryx Selys, 1853 (Odonata, Amphipterygidae) from Pico Bonito National Park, Honduras.

Jocque M, Argueta I - Zookeys (2014)

Amphipteryx jaroli (A–E), S10 holotype male dorso-lateral (A), ventro-lateral (B) and lateral (C) view. Holotype male posterior lobe of prothorax (D) and female posterior lobe of prothorax (E).
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Figure 2: Amphipteryx jaroli (A–E), S10 holotype male dorso-lateral (A), ventro-lateral (B) and lateral (C) view. Holotype male posterior lobe of prothorax (D) and female posterior lobe of prothorax (E).
Mentions: This key is a modification of the one from González-Soriano (2010) and reference should be made to illustrations for other species in that paper.

Bottom Line: The Mesoamerican damselfly genus Amphipteryx includes four species: Amphipteryx agrioides (Mexico), A. chiapensis (Mexico), A. meridionalis (Honduras) and A. nataliae (Verapaz, Guatemala).Additionally we include an up to date key of all species in the genus for both sexes.Abstract available from the publisher.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Jessica Ware Lab, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 195 University Ave, Newark, NJ, 07102, USA ; Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS), Vautierstraat 29, 1000 Brussels, Belgium ; Biodiversity Inventory for Conservation (BINCO), Rijmenamsesteenweg 189, Haacht, Belgium.

ABSTRACT
The Mesoamerican damselfly genus Amphipteryx includes four species: Amphipteryx agrioides (Mexico), A. chiapensis (Mexico), A. meridionalis (Honduras) and A. nataliae (Verapaz, Guatemala). We describe a fifth species, Amphipteryx jaroli, from the cloud forest in Pico Bonito National park, Honduras. Additionally we include an up to date key of all species in the genus for both sexes.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus